DP 2009

See below to download the PDF

 

2009/86
Ilke VAN BEVEREN and Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE. Product and process innovation and the decision to export: firm-level evidence for Belgium.

2009/85
Erwin OOGHE and Erik SCHOKKAERT. School accountability: (how) can we reward schools and avoid cream-skimming.

2009/84
Claire DUJARDIN and Florence GOFFETTE-NAGOT. Neighborhood effects on unemployment? A test à la Altonji.

2009/83
Jacques H. DRÈZE, Oussama LACHIRI and Enrico MINELLI. Stock prices, anticipations and investment in general equilibrium.

2009/82
Filippo L.  CALCIANO. Nash equilibria of games with increasing best replies.

2009/81
Xavier WAUTHY. Market coverage and the nature of product differentiation: a note.

2009/80
Hiroshi UNO. Strategic complementarities and nested potential games.

2009/79
Elena DEL REY and Miguel Angel LOPEZ-GARCIA. Optimal education and pensions in an endogenous growth model.

2009/78
Julio DAVILA. The taxation of savings in overlapping generations economies with unbacked risky assets.

2009/77
Nicola ACOCELLA, Giovanni DI BARTOLOMEO, Andrew HUGUES HALLETT and Paolo G. PIACQUADIO. Announcement wars as an equilibrium selection device.

2009/76
David DE LA CROIX, Pierre PESTIEAU and Grégory PONTHIÈRE. How powerful is demography? The Serendipity Theorem revisited.

2009/75
Eric TOULEMONDE. The principle of mutual recognition - A source of divergence?

2009/74
Noël BONNEUIL and Raouf BOUCEKKINE. Sustainability, optimality, and viability in the Ramsey model.

2009/73
Grégory VANDENBULCKE, Claire DUJARDIN, Isabelle THOMAS, Bas DE GEUS, Bart DEGRAEUWE, Romain MEEUSEN and Luc INT PANIS. Cycle commuting in Belgium: Spatial determinants and 're-cycling' strategies.

2009/72
Yu. NESTEROV and Levent TUNCEL. Local quadratic convergence of polynomial-time interior-point methods for conic optimization problems.

2009/71
Marie-Louise LEROUX and Grégory PONTHIERE. Wives, husbands and wheelchairs: Optimal tax policy under gender-specific health.

2009/70
Skerdilajda ZANAJ. Product differentiation and vertical integration in presence of double marginalization.

2009/69
Andréas HEINEN and Alfonso VALDESOGO. Asymmetric CAPM dependence for large dimensions: the Canonical Vine Autoregressive Model.

2009/68
Marco MARINUCCI and Wouter VERGOTE. Endogenous network formation in patent contests and its role as a barrier to entry.

2009/67
Kristian BEHRENS, Susana PERALTA and Pierre M. PICARD. Transfer pricing rules, OECD guidelines, and market distortions.

2009/66
Gilles GRANDJEAN, Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Strongly rational sets for normal-form games.

2009/65
David DE LA CROIX and Clara DELAVALLADE. Why corrupt governments may receive more foreign aid.

2009/64
Laurence JACQUET and Dirk Van de gaer. A comparison of optimal tax policies when compensation or responsibility matter.

2009/63
Pascal MOSSAY and Pierre M. PICARD. On spatial equilibria in a social interaction model.

2009/62
Jorge ALCALDE-UNZU and Elena MOLIS. Exchange of indivisible goods and indifferences: the Top Trading Absorbing Sets mechanisms.

2009/61
Luc BAUWENS and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. On marginal likelihood computation in change-point models.

2009/60
Julio DAVILA and Marie-Louise LEROUX. On the fiscal treatment of life expectancy related choices.

2009/59
Olivier BOS and Martin RANGER. All-pay auctions with endogenous rewards.

2009/58
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ. A note on price competition in product differentiation models.

2009/57
Marie-Louise LEROUX, Pierre PESTIEAU and Maria RACIONERO. Voting on pensions: sex and marriage.

2009/56
Claire DUJARDIN, Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. Neighbourhood effects and endogeneity issues.

2009/55
Santanu S. DEY and Quentin LOUVEAUX. Split rank of triangle and quadrilateral inequalities.

2009/54
Henry TULKENS and Vincent VAN STEENBERGHE. "Mitigation, adaptation, suffering": In search of the right mix in the face of climate change.

2009/53
David DE LA CROIX and Frédéric DOCQUIER. An incentive mechanism to break the low-skill immigration deadlock.

2009/52
Nicolas BOCCARD and Xavier WAUTHY. Regulating quality by regulating quantity: a case against minimum quality standards.

2009/51
Joachim GAHUNGU and Yves SMEERS. Multi-assets real options.

2009/50
Nicolas BOCCARD and Xavier WAUTHY. Entry accommodation under multiple commitment strategies: judo economics revisited.

2009/49
Olivier BOS. How lotteries outperform auctions for charity.

2009/48
Frédéric BABONNEAU, Yurii NESTEROV and Jean-Philippe VIAL. Design and operations of gas transmission networks.

2009/47
Ken-Ichi SHIMOMURA and Jacques-François THISSE. Competition among the big and the small.

2009/46
Daisuke OYAMA, Yasuhiro SATO, Takatoshi TABUCHI and Jacques-François THISSE. On the impact of trade on industrial structures: the role of entry cost heterogeneity.

2009/45
Jean CAVAILHES, Pierre FRANKHAUSER, Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. Residential equilibrium in a multifractal metropolitan area.

2009/44
Santanu S. DEY and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lifting group inequalities and an application to mixing inequalities.

2009/43
Pierre PESTIEAU and Uri M. POSSEN. Retirement as a hedge.

2009/42
Jozef KONINGS and Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE. Antidumping protection hurts exporters: firm-level evidence from France.

2009/41
Taoufik BOUEZMARNI, Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS and Abderrahim TAAMOUTI. A nonparametric copula based test for conditional independence with applications to Granger causality.

2009/40  
Nicolas BOCCARD. On efficiency, concentration and welfare.

2009/39
Alain PHOLO BALA. Gates, hubs and urban primacy in Sub-Saharan Africa.

2009/38
Alain PHOLO BALA. Urban concentration and economic growth: checking fo specific regional effects.

2009/37
Carlotta BALESTRA and Davide DOTTORI. Aging society, health and the environment.

2009/36
Sabien DOBBELAERE, Roland Iwan LUTTENS and Bettina PETERS. Starting and R&D project under uncertainty.

2009/35  (updated, December 2012)
Pierre DEHEZ. Allocation of fixed costs and the weighted Shapley value.

2009/34
Jean-François MAYSTADT and Philip VERWIMP. Winners and losers among a refugee-hosting population.

2009/33
Santanu S. DEY and Laurence  A. WOLSEY. Constrained infinite group relaxations of MIPs.

2009/32
Axel GAUTIER and Xavier WAUTHY. On the nature of price competition under universal service obligations: a note.

2009/31
Gilles GRANDJEAN, Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Connections among farsighted agents.

2009/30
Antoine BOMMIER, Marie-Louise LEROUX and Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR. On the public economics of annuities with differential mortality.

2009/29
Maria Eugenia SANIN and Skerdilajda ZANAJ. Clean technology adoption and its influence on tradeable emission permit prices.

2009/28
Jerzy A. FILAR, Jacek B. KRAWCZYK and Manju AGRAWAL. On production and abatement time scales in sustainable development. Can we loosen the sustainability screw ?

2009/27
Jean GABSZEWICZ, Ornella TAROLA and Skerdilajda ZANAJ. On uncertainty when it affects successive markets.

2009/26
Johanna M. GOERTZ and François MANIQUET. On the informational efficiency of simple scoring rules.

2009/25
Marco DI SUMMA and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lot-sizing with stock upper bounds and fixed charges.

2009/24
Maria Eugenia SANIN and Francesco VIOLANTE. Understanding volatility dynamics in the EU-ETS market: lessons from the future.

2009/23
Helmuth CREMER, Philippe DE DONDER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Education and social mobility.

2009/22
Claude D'ASPREMONT and Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA. Household behavior and individual autonomy.

2009/21
Marc GERMAIN, Henry TULKENS and Alphonse MAGNUS. Dynamic core-theoretic cooperation in a two-dimensional international environmental model.

2009/20
Giacomo SBRANA and Andrea SILVESTRINI. What do we know about comparing aggregate and disaggregate forecasts ?

2009/19
Thierry BRECHET and Fabien PRIEUR. Can education be good for both growth and the environment ?

2009/18
David DE LA CROIX and Michel LUBRANO. The tradeoff between growth and redistribution: ELIE in an overlapping generations model.

2009/17
Marc FLEURBAEY, Erik SCHOKKAERT and Koen DECANCQ. What good is happiness ?

2009/16
François VANDERBECK and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Reformulation and decomposition of integer programs.

2009/15
Thierry BRECHET, Tsvetomir TSACHEV and Vladimir M. VELIOV. Prices versus quantities in a vintage capital model.

2009/14
Gauthier de MAERE d'AERTRYCKE and Yves SMEERS. The valuation of power futures based on optimal dispatch.

2009/13
Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS and Lars STENTOFT. Bayesian option pricing using mixed normal heteroskedasticity models.

2009/12
Patrice PIERETTI and Skerdilajda ZANAJ. On tax competition, public goods provision and jurisdictions' size.

2009/11
Théophile T. AZOMAHOU, Raouf BOUCEKKINE and Phu NGUYEN-VAN. Promoting clean technologies under imperfect competition.

2009/10
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Jacek B. KRAWCZYK and Thomas VALLEE. Environmental negotiations as dynamic games: Why so selfish?

2009/9
Antoine BOMMIER and Stéphane ZUBER. The Pareto principle of optimal inequality.

2009/8
Michel M. DENUIT, Louis EECKHOUDT and Mario MENEGATTI. Adding independent risks in an insurance portfolio: which shape for the insurers' preferences?

2009/7
Michel M. DENUIT, Louis EECKHOUDT and Mario MENEGATTI. Correlated risks, bivariate utility and optimal choices.

2009/6
Nicolas GILLIS and François GLINEUR. Using underapproximations for sparse nonnegative matrix factorization.

2009/5
Jean-François MERTENS and Anna RUBINCHIK. Regularity and stability of equilibria in an overlapping generations model with exogenous growth.

2009/4
Jacek B. KRAWCZYK and Oana-Silvia SEREA. A viability theory approach to a two-stage optimal control problem of technology adoption.

2009/3
Dunia LOPEZ-PINTADO and Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. The principal's dilemma.

2009/2
Sébastien LAURENT, Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS and Francesco VIOLANTE. Consistent ranking of multivariate volatility models.

2009/1
Carlo ROSA. Forecasting the direction of policy rate changes: The importance of ECB words.

 


 

CORE DP